Friday, January 13, 2017

Professor Laurence Kotlkoff, Peter Eliades

Jan. 13, 2017
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Professor Laurence Kotlikoff & Peter Eliades

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  • Despite the recent advance, his technical cycles work predicts a possible market peak.
  • If the advance / decline line fails to confirm a retest of the zenith, a decade long stock bear could emerge from the 8 year slumber.
  • A key component of his analysis includes his three decade cycle that seems to confirm his equities market top thesis.
  • Peter Eliades notes in a recent interview that gold represents real wealth.
  • According to economist Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff, the nation is facing runaway prices that could send the PMs skyward.
  • With over $200 trillion in total debt, more than twice as severe as bankrupt Detroit - policymakers may find salvaging the system challenging.
  • His new FREE book: You're Hired! illustrates how the working / middle class are trapped in an impossible welfare system.
  • He outlines his plan to revamp the system with proper incentives. He encourages listener to forward the plan to their congressional leaders.
  • Six months before the Treasury market collapse, he advised our listeners to avoid debt.
  • Given the threat of higher rates, municipal debt is at risk.
  • Job automation is gaining momentum via automated pharmacies, toll booths, restaurants, retailers, etc.; expect greater income distribution inconsistencies.
  • The discussion includes recent news that an IBM Watson computer replaced 34 mid-level insurance analyst positions, facilitating windfall profits.
  • Although shareholders will benefit, workers should take note as even formerly secure white-collar jobs are now at risk.
  • Our guest outlines pragmatic policies to reform the banking, healthcare and fiscal systems.

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Friday, January 06, 2017

Gerald Celente & Peter Grandich

Jan. 6, 2017
Featured Guests
Gerald Celente & Peter Grandich

Show Highlights
  • At the helm of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente returns with holiday spirit still intact.
  • He's concerned by terms like "Nationalism / Populism" that discredit what the PTB are attempting to hide: global contempt for a broken system.
  • Since 2009, 95% of the wealth created was accumulated by the most privileged 1% while unemployment among the young ranges from 30-50%.
  • Given the economic chaos predicted by his models, our guest maintains that gold remains the ultimate hedge against impending financial uncertainty.
  • Virtual reality education (VR-ED) will continue to fill the void with affordable and pragmatic skill sets.
  • Gerald Celente sees the trend away from cash to a totally digital currency system is rooted in fear.
  • Officials are bracing for runaway inflation that threatens the very existence of their system of bondage.
  • The Trends Research Institute examines the health benefits of medical cannabis, finding that the pros far outweigh the disadvantages.
  • If medical cannabis were rescheduled, laboratories would have access to a new source of highly effective weapons against epilepsy, cancer, and glaucoma.
  • Israel is ahead of this trend; laboratories are licensed for research in the area, which according to experts could lead to key pharmaceutical breakthroughs.

  • Peter Grandich of Peter Grandich and Company says the recent correction has cleared the skittish, speculative crowd, presenting a valuation opportunity.
  • In 2016, the PM sector performed solidly - silver added 14%, gold 10% and the XAU gold / silver shares advanced over 63%.
  • Due to the marked improvement in the supply / demand environment, the PMs markets are primed for better performance.
  • Institutions will continue to seek for gold bullion in size, shrinking output and reserves while underpinning price.
  • Adding to upward market momentum, the price of Bitcoins in terms of China's Yuan currency blasted above 1,000, as officials enacted currency controls.
  • The surprising outcome may be a temporary reprieve from currency collapse, such as in Venezuela / India.
  • The guest / host concur that eventually, even cryptocurrencies will fail to contain the currency / inflation specter.
  • The Wall Street Whiz notes that odds favor higher PMs relative to the general stock market by the end of 2017.
  • The intense theme of capital flight from Europe South America and Asia and US Treasuries into domestic US shares subsides, expect sold PMs performance.

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